The AuD program at Towson University

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PURPOSE: This article provides an overview of the Towson University doctor of audiology (AuD) program. METHOD: Faculty and facilities, program highlights and requirements, admission criteria, and funding opportunities are summarized. CONCLUSIONS: Towson University is a student-focused university with an emphasis on interactive and interdisciplinary hands-on learning. The physical facilities include an active on-campus clinic and newly renovated facilities that are equipped with the latest diagnostic, treatment, research, and teaching equipment. Off-campus clinical rotations occur at state-of-the-art health care facilities in the Baltimore-Washington, DC, corridor and surrounding areas. Fourth-year externships include facilities across the United States. The AuD program includes a 104-credit curriculum combining didactic, clinical, and research courses. A comprehensive assessment system tracks progress throughout the program to ensure graduates are well prepared for entry into the profession as autonomous audiologists.

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  • AuD
  • Audiology education
  • Doctor of audiology
  • Towson University

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  • Diana C. Emanuel

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